Following CVBAs successful Glideways Symposium, we are holding another on the science and practice of reestablishing ecological connectivity in the landscape.
The symposium “From islands to networks: Linking landscapes for conservation at a time of climate change” will be held on Friday May 12th at the Capital Theatre in Bendigo.
The day will explore the concept and practicalities of biolinks, addressing –
- why we need to reconnect the landscape,
- how to design and structure biolinks and
- how to set up and deliver them.
It will be a chance from leading experts, including Professor Andrew Bennett (La Trobe University & Arthur Rylah Institute), Dr Veronica Doerr (CSIRO AdaptNRM), Dr Gary Howling (Great Eastern Ranges), Professor Ary Hoffman (Melbourne University) and conservation practitioners to share the latest knowledge and practical experiences around this important topic.
Save the date: May 12th, 2017 at Bendigo Capital Theatre.
Booking details and full program to follow shortly.